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Fizz

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Posted: 02/09/20 05:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This is a young girl being dragged behind a bus... on purpose.

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Posted: 02/09/20 06:02am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

There's no limit to stupidity because stupid people are so resourceful. You can't make things fool proof to protect them from themselves for the same reason. They'll think up ways to hurt themselves the average person would never think of.


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When I was a kid, car sliding was the thing to do. Every winter we would grab a hold of a big shiny chrome bumper and slide on. Most often you would catch a cinder by the time you hit ten MPH.and down you would go!
My grandpa had an old Jeep that he would tow a toboggan,(sometimes two) laden with children from toddler to teen, across the fields. Yeah we took some tumbles but no one ever got hurt!
As far as I know bumper sliding is standard fun in any snowy area!

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Posted: 02/09/20 04:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Stupidity is the only resource the human race has in truly unlimited abundance.





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Posted: 02/09/20 05:01pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

As far as I know bumper sliding is standard fun in any snowy area!

Just because it's fun doesn't make it smart.

* This post was edited 02/10/20 07:41am by Crowe *


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We used to hang off the back of school buses; on our feet. It was 2-1/2 km to school and some actually made it all the way but most of the time the rail crossing knocked us off.


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Stupidity is a genetic disorder but brings me endless hours of entertainment on YouTube.
Look up " stupid people doing stupid things "

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Will all you that have never done anything stupid please stand and announce yourselves. I'm trying to separate the perfect humans from the pompous.

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Lets see. Brought a bear cub home, Mama not too far behind, Grand Ma made it up the walnut tree near the well. Brought a half grown BobCat home, Mama not too happy about that either.They sy there aay no wolves in Tn but brought one home, Picked up rattlesnake and chased Uncle, rode the water over the falls learning to swim, Two baby skunks, they didn't spry, Went hunting a Whistling Jack(mountain Lion with a two by four but didn't find him. Told to kill a couple of chickens for supper, rung the necks on six. What is a couple I couldn't count at 3 years old.
These were before age six. Oh at age six took little brohter age two for ride in a Model T into the hollar. all those levers are not shifters and those pedals are not gas and brake.
Picked up the rear of a Buick while fellow scholar lifted the front with intent to turn it around, ruined shoes, blisters on feet and hands and sore back. That's all that comes to midn at themoment but there is more.
So we all do some stupid things. They called me David Crockett and I intend to live up to it apparently.
Oh n not knowing I was half Injun, Grand Matold meto stay out of the woods, the Indians would get me. So I took my roofing hatchet and went Injun Hunting many times, in the woods.

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I'm pretty confident my last words will be something like: "Well darn, that didn't work!"

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